CWI WELDING Generation 4: An Evolution We Are Proud Of

In case you missed it, Central Wire Industries is back in the welding consumables business with the relaunch of innovative Gen4 specialty alloy welding wire products. Gen4 brings to the welding-wire...

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What is Nitronic Stainless Steel Wire?

The first Nitronic alloy, Nitronic 40, was released by Armco Steel in 1961. It was named for its nitrogen content which is integrated homogeneously throughout the material rather than just being...

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Introducing Our Newest Welding Wire Catalog

CWI is proud to reintroduce our Gen4 welding wire consumables through the release of our newest Welding Wire Catalog. Our 8 page guide provides a summary of our specialty stainless, nickel, and...

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The Difference Between Nitronic 50 and Nitronic 60

In addition to traditional 300 and 400 series stainless steel, Central Wire offers shaped and fine wire in both Nitronic 50 and Nitronic 60 alloys. These high quality alloys often outperform other...

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Three Products That Use Shaped Wire

Central Wire offers shaped and profile wire in a variety of forms ranging from oval and rectangular, to pentagonal and triangular. Shaped wires are found in a wide range of industries such as medical...

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Slicklines.com: We've got what you need, when you need it

Need slickline? Slicklines.com—we’ve got it. Click it and come on in to Central Wire Industries’ (CWI) new oil and gas product focused website. Our GD™ - SUPA® slickline is a fabulous product that...

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Five Reasons to Choose TIG Wire with Laser Ink Printing Identification

Based on experience, CWI chose laser ink printing identification for our TIG wire for Welding Generation4, bypassing the options of flagging, stamping (or coining), and chemical etching. We then took...

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Things to Know when Welding with Nickel Alloys

If you are welding with nickel alloys, your goal is to resist some type of corrosion such as pitting, crevice, and/or stress-corrosion cracking. No post weld treatment is needed to maintain...

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6 Ways We Ensure Cold-Heading Material Consistency

CWI’s cold-heading material is used to make fasteners for the aerospace industry.   The quality of every little part of an item increases the reliability of the completed project. Bolts may be among...

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CWI Craftsmanship Makes Our Equipment Produce the Finest Wire

Looking through the windows of CWI plants, you can’t see the extent of technology and workmanship embodied by our equipment. Some machines shine, obviously advanced in every way. Others appear well...

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